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UML and Data Modeling: A Reconciliation by David Hay

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1.              Scope (planners view): This defines the enterprises direction and business purpose. This is necessary in order to establish the context for any system-development effort. It includes definitions of the boundaries of system-development or other development projects.

2.              Enterprise model (owners view): This definesin business termsthe nature of the business, including its structure, processes, organization, and so forth.

3.              Model of fundamental concepts (architects view): This row (called the information-system designers view in Mr. Zachmans original version), defines the business described in Row Two, but in more rigorous terms. Note that to arrive at this view, it is necessary ...

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